Tryout Registration is now Closed!
Registration for Fall 2020 ADP Tryouts is now closed! If you are interested in trying out for 2021 please keep an eye out for details to come! We also want to give a huge thank you to all who participated in this year's ADP program
For Tryouts held for Fall 2020:
Registrants must be born in 2009, 2010, 2011 or 2012 to be eligible. When registering please make sure to select just ONE session for your child's age group. Please register as soon as possible as space is limited for each age group. Visit arlingtonsoccer.com and click on "Login" to register.
Sessions will last from 30 - 45 minutes and will be held in a manner where physical distancing is practiced. The full guidelines will be sent to registrants prior to their session. Dates and times are below. Players MUST register in order to attend. Location is provided when you register. Due to the current health situation, WALK-UPs are NOT permitted.
LAST CHANCE SESSIONS:
August 26th at 4:30 pm August 29th at 8:30 am.
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We encourage you to have your child attend as many of the tryout sessions as possible. The coaches understand that the players may have conflicts and may not be able to attend all sessions, but attending as many sessions as possible will allow the coaches to have multiple opportunities to fully evaluate each tryout participant’s potential fit for the teams.
How are players evaluated and selected for ADP teams?
Players are evaluated using several criteria during tryouts each year. The three most important areas of evaluation are technical ability, speed, and character.
● Can a player handle the ball technically under pressure and in tight spaces?
● Pure Speed – Is the player fast from point A to B?
● Technical Speed – Can the player handle the ball under pressure?
● Tactical Speed – Can the player make fast decisions with and without the ball?
● Does the player like to compete?
● Is he/she a positive influence on the group?
● Does the player possess a high work rate?
● Does the player bring passion and energy to the game?
Players are evaluated in these and other areas. If selected, players will be placed on teams based in part on where they live, where their school is located, and/or where their developmental needs are best met. Players that are not selected for the ADP will be provided with information on Recreational Soccer and other programs in Arlington Soccer Association.
For additional information about ADP soccer and tryouts, visit our ADP Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s) page. You may also email firstname.lastname@example.org